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I have a new to me 2004 6.0 now and looking into making my own Bio. How does the 6.0 do on Bio?
I have some knowledge of WVO , as I had a 300D with my home made two tank system. But I never went as far as making Bio. My truck is in good condition now. Coolant filter, EC-1, 4", CCV mod , and all temps and volts are good.
A couple of links to processor build would help too, it has been a few years ago that I have looked at doing this.
03, CC,F350,DRW,SB,4WD,7.3,AFE II Pro 7,CCV MOD,THREE GAUGES,4739, DP TUNER with Permagrin setting, 5" Cannon, Zodad, AIH Delete, Power Slots, Hawks. TCLUS. Coolant Filter, Sonnix, Fuel Pump Shim.....SOLD
1995 Cummins built trans and turning it up. 2nd gear tire smoke with stock turbo and injectors. Nice truck now, but the motor will one day make it into a Super Duty!!!!
2004 F250 EXCAB SB 4x4 6.0 Coolant filter. CCV reroute. 4" MBRP. Blue fuel spring.
Here is a link to what I believe to be the latest information for homebrewers: How to Make Biodiesel at Home
Plenty of reactor designs, and depending on how you plan to wash, the latest techniqes and processes.
Just some advice (you can take it or leave it) but if you have experience with WVO, just stick with WVO. I've read too many horror stories about BioD, both in the engine and in the garage. Not only that, the ingredients for BioD are too expensive. WVO is pennies compared to BioD
1988 Ford E250 Club Wagon | 7.3 IDI + RD2-90cc IP + Hypermax Van Turbo Kit | C6+GVOD w/ MaxOD Deep Sump & Electric Temp Probe | Wrapped Pipes & Turbo w/ Auber Instrument EGT/Boost Gauge | 4" Dia. Alum Driveshaft | 4.10 Gears | 32-gal Custom Alum fuel tank w/ Centroid sending unit | NAPA Coolant Filter | Michelin LRR 16" treads | Chrome Warn Winch Bumper | 115W PV Array | Brass Heatercore shutoff valves | Aftermarket Steering Stabilizer | Synthetic Lube all-around.
1998 Jetta TDI.
Bio-diesel, Propane & Alternative Diesel Engine Fuels
02-19-2008 08:00 PM
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